For the Love of Food

by | Oct 2, 2015
For the Love of Food

For the Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

This week trans fats might be healthy, a simple way to lose 7 lbs, and why we were thinner in the 80s.

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4 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. gabi says:

    I think the difficulty of biting and chewing some foods is not taken into account enough for younger children. I think we expect them to transition from ‘baby’ foods right to grown up foods too soon. What if the mac & cheese beats the broccoli because it’s so much less work to eat, and so much better payoff (calories per bite)? Other ‘favorites’ seem to be things you normally eat with your fingers – chicken nuggets, pizza, tater tots and fries. How enthusiastic would we be about wrangling a fork if it was 2-3 times the size? I’m not discounting hyperpalatability as a huge factor (fat, sugar, salt) but I think ease of manipulating, biting and chewing foods should be taken into account more for small children, especially when they are given such a short time to eat.

  2. Teah Otey says:

    This entire website is EXACTLY what I needed to stumble upon! Thank GOD for MFP! I’m so frustrated with not moving the scale but SO happy with how I feel since I’ve been making better choices and moving everyday. This site and the video encouraged me right when I needed it. Thank you!

  3. Your blogs are always an interesting read. Simply stated, information-filled, and practical. Thanks for putting up all these links in one page. Some interesting reading here.

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